Parental Alienation Group

Complimentary Metro New York Parental Alienation Support meeting will meet on the first Monday of every month from 6:00PM to 7:30PM at the Landmark Diner in Roslyn. Meeting will be led by matrimonial and family law attorney Jordan Trager who has much experience and is passionate about helping people affected by parental alienation. This group is open to parents and other family members who sense or know that parental alienation is taking place in a divorce or a family situation. Unfortunately, parental alienation cases often leave the alienated parent feeling helpless. Discussion will help attendees to better understand the dynamics of parental alienation, how to recognize it and how to best respond to it. Jordan will discuss what conduct the courts consider when evaluating these cases and what decisions or orders have been made to address alienation exhibited by a parent. Jordan will also cover how parental alienation is proven in court, and what legal steps can be taken to address it, including change of custody, supervised visitation, therapeutic visitation, suspension of child support payments, and contempt of court.

We are affiliated with the non-profit PARENTAL ALIENATION AWARENESS ORGANIZATION US (PAAO USA) and you can learn more about this group at www.paaousa.org. This group is here to help and questions are welcomed. Light dinner will be provided. RSVP is required by calling 516-773-8300 or emailing sharyn@lawjaw.com. Group size is limited to 25 each month.

We hope you will help us to spread the word about our monthly meeting from 6:00 - 8:00 PM

Contact Info:
If you must arrive any later than 6:30pm, please call 516-773-8300.

Dates:

Price: Free
Location: Landmark Diner
Registration Type: Call to Register
Registration Info: There is no cost to register but advance registration is necessary. Simply call 516-773-8300.
Address: 1027 Northern Blvd.
Roslyn, NY 11576
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